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Water-sector watchers believe that groundwork is under way and work on two mega-dam projects will start in 2018.
PM’s special assistant says he doesn’t see current stress spilling over to hurt Pakistan’s trade relations with the US.
Factors are unable to sufficiently explain the sudden change in direction of the spending graph.
Faced with a completely different style of doing business, the private sector finds it difficult to keep its head.
He clearly can’t afford to let the economy drift from the growth trajectory that his party boasted about for so long
“Sadly, despite spectacular successes, Pakistani businesses have always been risk averse.
The momentum of the CPEC initiative seems to have been compromised over the last two months.
As the Supreme Court sends Nawaz Sharif packing, there is a lot at stake for democracy and the economy.
“People are trying to use the current economic stress to their advantage on either side of the divide in a politically
Speculators and individuals’ economic behaviour tends to be more sensitive to a perception of impending crisis
Leaders in Karachi, Lahore weigh in on business community's calm in face JIT developments, sliding rupee.
Leading analysts believed that collectively food, clothing, accessories and transport claim the major share of the pie
“The economically distressed middle class loosens the purse strings before Eid at the cost of living frugally later”
The magnitude of giving in Ramazan is expected to hit a new peak in 2017.
Will the budget help achieve the stated goal of delivering inclusive growth?
"The government abstained from extending the tax net in the upcoming budget despite several proposals."
True to its character, an over excited PML-N government chose to focus on the positives, underplaying the negatives.
Many leading local business groups were calm … second tier companies were nervous while for the struggling third tier
Sindh hopes to complete one-fifth of all ongoing development projects by the turn of the current fiscal year in June.